Empowering Young Men Through Innovation
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Western Sydney University
Students from years 10 and 11 attend the Western Sydney University UDay at the Bankstown campus. These excursions give students the opportunity to speak to current Western Sydney University students and academic staff, and explore the range of courses available at the University through academic presentations and interactive activities. This event provided students with the opportunity to gather information about their further education and career pathways. The university provided transport for the students, a BBQ lunch, and a university experience showcasing their new branding.
University of NSW (UNSW) Mosaic Project
This is an ongoing project that JCBTHS has with UNSW. Students in Years 9 and 10 are provided the unique opportunity of working with UNSW mentors on social and cultural issue to develop a project that will be presented at the university campus in Term 3 each year.
Cook Up Success
The Cook Up Success program is delivered to our year 10 students. In 2015 the program expanded to include components of the Crossroads course for senior students, as there were many elements that overlapped. The Cook Up Success and Crossroads program aims to provide students with the skills and knowledge to prepare them with their transition into senior school and beyond.
The highlight for the majority of students was the Speed Careering workshop. Guest from across a variety of industry volunteered their valuable time to share their career journey with our students. Small groups of students rotated every 6 minutes between each guest learning about career pathways, and engaging with specific equipment. A big thank you goes out to each of our guests from;
The entire week wouldn't have been a success without the variety of workshops delivered by;
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Kogarah NSW 2217
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We would like to pay our respects and acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land and also pay respect to Elders both past and present.
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